- The Dookey Dash domain will be unavailable for upkeep.
- BAYC has pre-purchased powershart packets.
- Dookey Dash is a Temple Run-inspired game that has been plagued by bugs since its release.
Bored Ape Yacht Club tweeted on January 25, 2023, that their Dookey Dash website will be down for maintenance. They also shared that the scheduled start time will be announced at least one hour before the event, which will last around two hours.
Dookey Dash will be down for scheduled maintenance tomorrow (1/25) morning PST. Official time will be confirmed at least an hour before we start and will last approximately 2-hours. Keep an eye on this feed for more updates.— Bored Ape Yacht Club (@BoredApeYC) January 25, 2023
Powershart Packs purchased in advance of scheduled maintenance outages will be immediately reimbursed for the cost of boosts lost during the outage.
Yuga Labs has been the victim of a security breach since the introduction of Dookey Dash, and its websites are now being marked for viruses. Yuga Labs subsequently moved the game to a different domain and provided a refund to impacted users.
Dookey Dash is a new game in which one must navigate a sewage system in search of a treasure box key. According to the OpenSea market listings, there is a “Sewer Pass” NFT for 1.49 ETH that grants three weeks of Dookey Dash access. Sewer Pass payments surged to 8,394 ETH in less than a day. Recently, some passes were sold for more than 5.75 ETH.
According to the business, markets are the future of the NFT sector. Its platform builder allows users to customize their markets and adds extra features such as royalty-free alterations. The game was introduced by the BAYC inventor via the BAYC Sewer Pass, which immediately sold out, making over $26 million in revenue.